Upcoming Events

May Mental Health Workshop Series 

 

Tuesday May 10th @ 5:30 
75 S 200 E SLC, UT

Fighting Eco-Anxiety 

Join us for an evening with Shaela Adams to engage in conversation on eco or climate-anxiety; what is it and things you can do within your sphere of influence to help manage it. All young adults 16+ are welcome to attend. 


Saturday May 14th @ 5:30 
75 S 200 E SLC, UT

Fill Your Relationship Toolbox 

Javier Viana is a career educator in the Salt Lake City School district and will join young adults for a conversation about how to build and sustain health relationships including how to avoid the victim triangle and codependency. Don’t miss the chance to add some important tools to your belt!


Sunday May 22nd @ 2:00- 4:30 
75 S 200 E SLC, UT

A Conversation on Race and Mental Health

Join us on Sunday the 22nd for a conversation with Inclusion Center for Community and Justice’s Jamelle Avei, as we discuss the importance of understanding how intersectionality plays a huge part in mental health and how we can be more informed and culturally and racially sensitive through the lens of mental health.

 

Camp Tuttle Summer 2022 Schedule 

»June 12th-18th – Staff Training
» June 18th – Labor of Love
» June 24th – 26th – Family Camp
» June 27th – 29th – 3rd/4th Mini Camp
» July 10th – 15th – 5th/6th Camp
» July 17th – 22nd – 7th/8th Camp
» July 28th – 31st – H.S. Adventure Camp
» August 1st – 3rd – H.S. Backpacking Trip
» August 5th – 7th – Family Camp
» August 12th -14th Staff Alumni Retreat
» September 9th-11th – Women’s Retreat
» September 23rd – 25th Fall Retreat

Winter Retreat 2022

Come join us for a fun winter overnight in the mountains! The youth will participate in snowshoeing, sledding and other fun winter activities!  We strongly encourage 4×4 wheel drive and carpooling up and down the canyon. Drop off and pick up will be behind the fire station parking lot located near Camp Tuttle.  We will snowshoe into camp, and kids are welcome to bring their own sleds if they would like. Friends are always welcome to join us! Covid guidelines will be followed and masks will be required when we are indoors.

Grades 6-12

12:30 Saturday Feb 26th to 12:30 Sunday Feb 27th

Cost is $75*

Registrations will be available Sunday, January 2nd.  All of the registration forms need to be updated for participants with each new calendar year.

Registrations need to be completed by February 23rd

*If you need financial assistance, have any questions or need help with carpooling, please contact Karen Gleeson, Youth Coordinator at kgleeson@episcopal-ut.org, 801-349-0336

 

Spring Retreat 2022

Youth are invited to join us for our Youth Ministry Spring Retreat overnight. Meet at St. James parking lot where we will carpool to Provo, Utah. Pack a sack lunch to eat before we head to the CLAS Ropes Course where we will participate in the zip line tour and canoe on the Provo River. The waiver for the ropes course must be filled out before our trip. Find it here: CLAS Ropes Course Waiver 

After we finish our fun on the ropes course we will head to St. Mary’s Episcopal Church to play games and celebrate the arrival of springtime over dinner. We will spend the night at St. Mary’s and attend their morning service on Sunday morning. We will arrive back at the St. James parking lot at 2:00pm. Register at camptuttle.org and email Karen Gleeson for questions kgleeson@episcopal-ut.org. Scholarships are available. 

Who: 6th-12th Graders 
What: Spring Retreat @ St. Mary’s in Provo, UT & CLAS Ropes Course 
When: April 23rd 11:00AM @ St. James 7486 Union Park Ave, Midvale, UT 84047 – April 24th @ 2:00 
Cost: $95/participant
Important: Bring closed toed shoes and pack a sack lunch for Saturday afternoon

 

Camp Tuttle Online Orientation

Chat with Camp Tuttle’s staff and administrators via Zoom about all things camp. Topics to be discussed include:

  • What to bring to camp?

  • What activities will my camper participate in?

  • What does arrival day look like?

  • Outline of COVID-19 safety plan

  • Q & A session with camp director and support staff

Please note that this year we have introduced a new tier pricing system. Each camp has options for three tiered payments. Please select the tier that best suits the financial needs of your family. We don’t want finances to ever stand in the way of a child coming to camp! Email camptuttle.org for further information about the tier payment plan.

June 2nd @ 7:00pm

 

Labor of Love 

We look forward to working together to get camp ready for the summer. Please join us for the day and meet the staff! Email camptuttle@episcopal-ut.org if you have special equipment, skills, or knowledge to complete specialized projects. 

Saturday, June 18th @10 am – 2 pm

 

Early Summer Family Camp 

Ever wanted to come to Camp Tuttle, but you’re just unsure about what the deal is? What do they even do there? Where do you sleep? What’s the food like? This early summer family camp was made for you! Join us June 24th @6:00pm – June 26th @12:00 noon for a taste of Camp Tuttle. You and your family are invited to join us for two nights in the Wasatch Mountains at Camp Tuttle for a shortened and condensed introductory version of a week-long Camp Tuttle experience. Following up-to-date COVID protocols, individuals will remain in their family units while participating in most activities, but will also enjoy programming that is outside and safely distanced for interaction with other families. In this way, parents and campers will familiarize themselves with camp in the hopes that in future summers, campers will be ready to venture to camp on their own. A list of activities includes: hiking, mountain biking, low and high ropes adventure courses, frisbee golf, rock climbing, basketball, volleyball, and lots more!

June 24th @ 6pm – June 26h @ 12:00 noon

Tier I: $150 (18+ Adults) , $90 (Youth age 6-17) 

Tier II: $125 (18+ Adults), $75 (Youth age 6-17)

Tier III: $105 (18+ Adults), $60 (Youth age 6-17) 

Kids 5 and under are $30 

*If you need financial assistance, please fill out scholarship application form under registrations tab, or e-mail Karen Gleeson at kgleeson@episcopal-ut.org to request to have one to sent to you.

 

3rd and 4th Grade Mini Camp

Rising 3rd and 4th graders will join us for two nights to experience a taste Camp Tuttle. This may be your first time at camp! You’re going to love the games, activities, food, music, making new friends, bunking with your cabin mates, and so much more! 

June 27th @2:00pm  – June 29th @2:00pm 

Tier I: $260 

Tier II: $215

Tier III: $185

*If you need financial assistance, please fill out scholarship application form under registrations tab, or e-mail Karen Gleeson at kgleeson@episcopal-ut.org to request to have one to sent to you.

 

5th and 6th Grade Camp 

Rising 5th and 6th graders will join us for a jam packed and fun-filled week in the high Wasatch Mountains. Ropes course, rock climbing, mountain biking, fishing, hiking, basketball, frisbee golf, arts & crafts, yoga, theater, Nuke ’em, and many more fun activities await! Register now!   

July 10th @4:00 – July 15th @12:00

Tier I: $650 

Tier II: $525

Tier III: $450 

*If you need financial assistance, please fill out scholarship application form under registrations tab, or e-mail Karen Gleeson at kgleeson@episcopal-ut.org to request to have one to sent to you.

 

7th and 8th Grade Camp

Rising 7th and 8th graders will join us for a jam packed and fun-filled week in the high Wasatch Mountains. Ropes course, rock climbing, mountain biking, backpacking, fishing, hiking, basketball, frisbee golf, arts & crafts, yoga, theater, Nuke ’em, and many more fun activities await! Register now!   

July 17th @4:00 – July 22nd @12:00

Tier I: $650 

Tier II: $525

Tier III: $450 

*If you need financial assistance, please fill out scholarship application form under registrations tab, or e-mail Karen Gleeson at kgleeson@episcopal-ut.org to request to have one to sent to you.

 

High School Adventure Camp

Rising 9th – 12th graders, including  high school graduates are invited to join us for a fun filled extended weekend at Camp Tuttle. We know your lives are busy but we hope you’ll take time to discover the joy of camp. Bring a friend for a weekend of meaningful conversations and adrenaline pumping activities like river rafting and rock climbing. 

July 28th @4:00 – July 31st @12:00 

Tier I: $390

Tier II: $320 

Tier III: $275

*If you need financial assistance, please fill out scholarship application form under registrations tab, or e-mail Karen Gleeson at kgleeson@episcopal-ut.org to request to have one to sent to you.

 

High School Backpacking Camp 

Rising 9th – 12th graders and high school graduates have the chance to attend a bonus camp during the first week of August to join us for a backpacking trip in the Brighton, UT area.  Counselors and campers will get the chance to hike along the shores of five high mountain lakes, including swimming time in one! Tenants of the Leave No Trace philosophy will be learned and practiced, as well as basic backpacking skills, including pack and meal preparation, building a fire (weather permitting), and erecting a primitive shelter. Bring a friend for a couple of nights under the beautiful Utah stars!

August 2st @12:00 – August 4th@12:00

Tier I: $195

Tier II: $155

Tier III: $135

*If you need financial assistance, please fill out scholarship application form under registrations tab, or e-mail Karen Gleeson at kgleeson@episcopal-ut.org to request to have one to sent to you.


 
 

Family Camp

Our family camp invites people of all ages to enjoy a lovely mountain retreat. The weekend is loosely planned, with activities including hiking, arts and crafts, and ropes course challenges.

We will enjoy wonderful food and a relaxing environment.

On Sunday, August 7th we will have a closing service at 10:30 a.m. prior to the completion of the weekend around noon. 

August 5th @6:00pm – August 7th @12:00

Tier I: $150 (18+ Adults) , $90 (Youth age 6-17) 

Tier II: $125 (18+ Adults), $75 (Youth age 6-17)

Tier III: $105 (18+ Adults), $60 (Youth age 6-17) 

Kids 5 and under are $30

*If you need financial assistance, please fill out scholarship application form under registrations tab, or e-mail Karen Gleeson at kgleeson@episcopal-ut.org to request to have one to sent to you.

 

Camp Alumni Retreat

Join us for Camp Tuttle’s first annual staff alumni retreat. If you’ve ever wondered what camp is like all these years later, come find out! Staff alumni are welcome to bring their family or plus one along for the fun!

August 12th-14th

 

Women’s Retreat

Please join us for our second annual inclusive Women’s Retreat for individuals 18+ only! We’ll start our weekend of rest, relaxation, and rejuvenation with a social hour of appetizers and drinks. You’ll sleep in one of our eight residential cabins and on Saturday, you’ll have the opportunity to join us in a day of fun and fellowship. Sleeping arrangements will be made based on comfortability and availability. You are welcome to make a bunking request and we will do our very best to honor it. You will not have to bunk anywhere or with anyone whom you don’t feel comfortable. Bring a friend or family member and we can bunk you together! Do yoga, meditation, writing, reading, crafting, rock climbing and more. We’ll also take a walk to Silver Lake, just minutes from our backyard, and we’ll sing around a campfire to end our evenings.

Check-in is on Friday from 5:00-6:00pm and we will depart on Sunday at Noon. Don’t miss out on this incredible weekend! Take some time for self care to reflect on the past year and to rejuvenate your soul in the beautiful changing colors of Big Cottonwood Canyon. We can’t wait to see you in the mountains!

September 9th @5:00 – September 11th @12:00

Tier I: $165

Tier II: $135

Tier III: $115

*If you need financial assistance, please fill out scholarship application form under registrations tab, or e-mail Karen Gleeson at kgleeson@episcopal-ut.org to request to have one to sent to you12